Competing Protocols for Terrifying Scenarios

Yet another issue US teachers are contending with this school year: COVID-19 safety measures that are at odds with plans for active shooter scenarios.
Teachers have been advised to take classes outdoors or mimic outdoor spaces by keeping windows and doors open.
But some of these protocols conflict with active shooter policies—which focus on teaching with doors shut.

The Quote: “Do I keep my classroom door open to improve air circulation or close it to protect my students from an active shooter? This is just one of the impossible questions teachers are facing this year,” tweeted high school English teacher Tiffany Munn.
ABC News

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